Science storyteller, radio producer and PhD candidate in Media, Cognition and Communication at the University of Copenhagen. Exploring synthetic biology, science communication, and what's lively in between.
Interview: Crash course on de-extinction with Girls Are Awesome
Interview: The wild adventures of science storyteller Britt Wray on Faculty
Video: Why all the fuss about public engagement?
Protected: Synbio Salon description for ADC Young Guns
Taking synbio out of the lab: an interview with Britt Wray
Why All the Fuss About Public Engagement in Synthetic Biology? Custom course for the Warwick Integrative Synthetic Biology Centre
Teaching at University of Oxford
Scenario Magazine article: Re-writing extinction
Method Quarterly article: What is the world really like?
Motherboard article: This Synthetic Bio Company is Hacking Microbes to Build the Smells of the Future
Visiting Scholar at NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute
New chapter on “idiots” in the synthetic biology landscape
Recording the sounds of Iceland with Chris Watson
Canadian Science Journalism Award
Violacein growth ramps up at Synbiota – flashback to our video
Blogging for the MIT and Culture Kettle collaboration: The Evolving Culture of Science Engagement
What do wolves do at a concert? And what kind of music do they like, anyway?
New post as researcher at the Center for Synthetic Biology in Copenhagen
PhD in Copenhagen!
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